In tomorrow’s New York Times, Bob Morris profiles Marlborough Chelsea’s 24-year-old principal director Max Levai.
Here’s a bit about the Armory Show, where his gallery has a booth separate from his father’s!
At the Armory Show this week, his gallery will have its own booth, separate from the main Marlborough one. Jonah Freeman and Justin Lowe are among the artists he will show. Their installation “Black Acid Co-op” impressed him not long ago at Jeffrey Deitch’s gallery.
“I saw it, and I knew I had to have them in my gallery,” Mr. Levai said.
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